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Anti-Crime Conferences were organized on the state level in December 1932 and nationally in 1934. Both meetings focused on the importance of cooperation between different law enforcement agencies. During the 1932 conference the Law Enforcing Officers Division of The Institute of Government drafted a Plan of Action and it is reproduced in this article.
Changes in evidentiary rules pertaining to child victims affect prosecution, children's needs, and defendants' rights.